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Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel [VINYL]
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Hell: The Sequel [VINYL] Bad Meets Evil
Release Date: 2011 - 07 - 26, Vinyl, Aftermath
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Customer Hell: The Sequel - Bad Meets Evil Reviews (4)
by - written on 18/11/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
It is rare to see Eminem do a collaboration album outside of the music that he made with D12, however he has done so here with Royce Da 5'9 to create Bad Meets Evil and their hit album Hell: The Sequel selling 171,000 copies in its first week and topping the US billboard charts. It is a very short album with only 9 tracks. This album works for two reasons, and that is that firstly they are both excellent rappers. Of course Eminem is that much better with his flow but then he is up there with the greatest commercial rappers, and I can freely admit I hadn't heard of Royce before but he is also very good. Second reason is they have great chemistry. Some rappers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/12, updated on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Being a long-time Eminem fan, I've been aware of Bad Meets Evil since they made their first legendary tracks together, one of which ("Bad Meets Evil") appeared on Em's debut 'The Slim Shady LP'. Anybody who is familiar with their original material knows that when together, they create magic. There's a certain chemistry and standard of rhymes and ideas that Royce Da 5'9" and Eminem bring out of each other that is often better than when they rhyme alone. This chemistry and standard is no-doubt because both of these guys are very competitive (as is the nature of hip-hop itself) and are constantly trying to top each other's lines, in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/11, updated on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Introduction This album was released in June 2011 and is the debut album by Bad Meets Evil who are an American hip hop duo composed of the rappers Royce da 5'9" and Eminem. In this review I will give a track by track review of the album then give an overall view. Track by track 1. 'Welcome 2 Hell': This is the introductory track to the album and is just under 3 minutes long. Em and Royce take turns to spit lyrics over a pumping beat. Pretty good way to start the album. 4/5 2. 'Fast Lane': 'Fast Lane' is the first single and key track off the album. This is another decent track and the album starts off well with good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/11 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Its been over 10 years now since the Slim Shady LP and the first collaboration of Eminem and Royce Da 59, from which the two would eventually name themselfes after, 'Bad Meets Evil'. Now here we are 10 years later, after much anticipation and patience, with the two reuniting for a full EP of new material, including two bonus tracks. Heres my track by track rundown of Hell: The Sequel. Welcome 2 Hell - We open with a demonic beat, courtesy of Mobb Deeps Havoc, as Royce and Eminem interchange between verses in fast flows reminescent of both artists earlier, and more acclaimed work. This track is more a demonstration of what we can expect from the EP, an ... Read the complete review
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